Rep. George W. Gekas plans to introduce consumer bankruptcy reform legislation Wednesday.

The Pennsylvania Republican's bill will closely resemble the compromise that passed the House by a 300-to-125 vote in October but later stalled in the Senate. Hearings are expected in mid-March, and a Judiciary Committee vote could occur by the end of that month, a spokeswoman for Rep. Gekas said Monday.

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